Are you a lover of Comforts' Chinese chicken salad? Well chef and owner Glenn Miwa shares his recipe for donburi this month's Flavor.
Marin Magazine - February 2015
Thinking about going to South Africa? Matthew Richard Poole has all the details of what to expect in this month's Journey story.
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Jim Wood talks about leadership in Marin in this month's POV. Read on for more.
A Marin collection that looks even better on your head than it does on the shelf. Executive Editor Mimi Towle sits down with Marin's maven of movies, Jan Wahl.
Charles Collins of Marin County has been president and CEO of the YMCA of San Francisco for the past decade. Marc Hershon sits down with him and finds out his story in this month's conversation.
We asked and you answered. Here's your Marin Tastemakers 2015 story, featuring the restaurants you chose. Don't miss out on our Tastemakers 2015 contest. Read on for the details.
Our February issue is surely one you'll want to read. It's our third year of Marin Tastemakers, we have a great story on South Africa and much more! Read on to see what else is in this issue.
Ever thought about getting married at the Marin Civic Center? Well Editor-at-Large Tim Porter documented a local San Rafael couple tying the knot at this well-known spot.
Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris sits down with Marin residents Susan Pease Gadoua and Vicki Larsen about their new book "New I Do: Reshaping Marriage for Skeptics, Realists and Rebels." Check out their advice for new marriers and long-married couples.
With Super Bowl 50 heading to San Francisco 49ers' Levi's Stadium in 2016, Jason Trimiew, vice president of community relations for the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, tells us how we can get involved.
Looking to adopt a new furry friend? Calin Van Paris tells us about the Marin Humane Society's new Kitty Corner in San Anselmo.
We sit down with Kelly Corrigan to discuss her new memoir "Glittler and Glue" and have a great list of local authors' books for you to check out.
Meet Cheryll Boissevain, a local swim teacher who has been teaching kids and adults how to swim since 1974. Editor at Large Tim Porter shares her story.
Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris sits down with Ashley of Ashley Morgan Designs for this month's Made by Marin.
Marin’s biotech industry not only brings in billions of dollars per year, but also creates high-quality jobs and life-changing medicines and procedures.
Looking to plan your next family get-together? Executive Editor Mimi Towle has some great ideas if you're heading to Oahu.
Returning to the Bay Area, a Novato couple finds a house in need of just about everything.
Jim Wood takes a look back at the train tunnel in San Rafael, near the Marin County Civic Center